trifling[ trahy-fling ]SEE DEFINITION OF trifling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIFLING
Things as trifling as the turning of a shell may restore you to your rights.
When you return, you will find a trifling token of remembrance for yourself and Philothea.
"You are trifling, Smithson," the owner of the store exclaimed, in high exasperation.
This pulse is trifling with me; I see that it does not know me yet.
By trifling but unavoidable accidents, it was delayed a few hours.
These things are trifling grievances, but, on the other hand, the Prussians have theirs also.
Perhaps that sum, trifling as it was, may have smoothed your path and assisted your career.
Arthur, completely at sea as to his meaning, made some trifling remark in answer.
But we have no need to be afraid of even this trifling danger.
No trifling with me, madam; give me leave to advise you a little for your good.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRIFLING
- in vain
- no dice
- on a treadmill
- out the window
- save one's breath
- to no avail
- to no effect
- to no purpose
- goof-off time
- own sweet time
- time on one's hands
- time to burn
- time to kill